And if it is, what’s required to be a “Leader?” First, you have to have a true passion for guiding people. Be very honest with yourself. Why do you want to be a “leader?” Is it just for the title or the money? That won’t be enough to carry you to success. In fact, you
If you really want to design a successful, lifelong career, Jim Lara offers these “Success Engineering” tips to get you from start to finish.
Have you achieved personal or professional success as a result of working with a talented mentor? Has someone helped you get to where you are today by showing you ‘the ropes’? If so, perhaps you’re ready to pay it forward and become an advisor to someone who wants to elevate their career or personal pursuits to a much higher level. Becoming an effective mentor takes a lot of time and energy—and there are do’s and don’ts so take heed (and read on).
For all the great things we do in business aviation, taking the time to define the success criteria for a key position — and then hiring against those needs — is often not one of them. So here’s why it’s vitally important to use competency-based recruiting techniques to fill every position within your flight department.
Want to integrate your corporate aviation staff into the overall operation of your company? Build a strong and vital business aviation leadership team.
Among the 10 keys to creating transformational change is Key No. 3 … defining your vision, mission and values touchstones.
Creating relevance within your flight department has a learning curve. Following are five important tips to help you make a positive impact “at the table.”
Transformational change is a truly multi-faceted topic. In this fourth blog in the series, we focus on how to create a “winning” bizav organization.
Business aviation leaders often need to gain commitment for key decisions. But how do you get a flight department team to follow?
When it comes to business aviation leadership development, empower your people and develop the capability of “getting things done through others.”